There are fewer phrases that make a film buff happier than ‘new movie releases’. DEMENTIA thirteen Sure, every part appears to be rebooted these days, but was anybody expecting a remake of the 1963 horror film Dementia thirteen,” arguably Francis Ford Coppola’s first feature (discounting his apprentice work for Roger Corman and gentle-core films)?

TIME TO DIE First proven in 1966 but by no means released in the United States, the Mexican director Arturo Ripstein’s debut characteristic, with a screenplay by Gabriel García Márquez and Carlos Fuentes, is a western: A man imprisoned for homicide returns residence, the place the prospect of settling down is sophisticated, and the sufferer’s sons want revenge.

BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMARR STORY Ms. Lamarr scandalized filmgoers when she skinny-dipped in Gustav Machaty’s Ecstasy” (1933), but this documentary argues that there was a way more consequential surprise in her career: She was an unheralded inventor.

MUDBOUND Widely acclaimed at Sundance, the brand new film from Dee Rees (Pariah”) is a they do not make ’em like they used to” Hollywood-model epic that additionally tells its story in a way Hollywood by no means did: Set within the Mississippi Delta round World Warfare II, the film accords equal weight to the lives of a black sharecropping household (Mary J. Blige, Rob Morgan and Jason Mitchell) and white landowners (Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke and Garrett Hedlund).

FINAL FLAG FLYING Set in 2003, the opening-evening function at this yr’s New York Movie Festival is claimed to be a riff on Hal Ashby’s The Last Detail.” Richard Linklater directs Steve Carell, Laurence Fishburne and Bryan Cranston as old Vietnam Struggle friends who travel together to bury Mr. Carell’s character’s son, killed in Iraq.